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belleli

Joined: Mar 05
Points: 2121


Hi, Kerrie

Posted: 2006-03-02 01:26 AM   
The person in your photo is you? very handsome, hehe....

Have a nice day!

Bty, I like your pictures. They are very nice.

Best Regards!

Belle



rangutan


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Joined: Aug 04
Points: 34752


GLOBO announces first member for space?

Posted: 2006-02-17 03:54 PM   
Kerrie,
....see also you have a brilliant new profile picture. Please tell us about it. A museum shot or a test flight? Light shoes are allowed? I would pay a lot to experience flight beyound the sound barrier, Concorde gone, russia has a tourist "hand-on sub-sonic and ultra-sonic experiences deal beyound our budgets! A parabolic flight service/experience is becoming cheaper and interesting in France.

We can well magine that one day a GLOBOmember will be training as space tourist, it is only a few years away!
.-),,,,, RR dribbles



rangutan


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Joined: Aug 04
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Cuba too Kerrie

Posted: 2006-02-17 03:42 PM   
I enjoyed reading your two **** reports on Cuba because VK is impressing us with it now to and I feel I must go there. Your two reports are both informative and special too, thanks. R'Rudi



gloriajames

Joined: Sep 04
Points: 16785


hiya kerrie

Posted: 2006-02-17 02:41 AM   
hi!
yes india was great!
please make a plan to visit her some day.
i particularly enjoyed jaipur, agra (taj mahal) and of course gulmarg (mini Switzerland)
great fun! and yes still uploading pics and will do a report soon,
happy travels to spain!
gloria



gloriajames

Joined: Sep 04
Points: 16785


hiya Kerrie!

Posted: 2006-02-15 02:06 PM   
hi!!!
thanks for reading and rating my chengdu report. yes i have tried the recipe and i hope u did too!
how are your travel adventures for this year?
Am back from india and trying to downsize the pics before uploading all of them!
speak soon,
gloria



kailas

Joined: Aug 05
Points: 3468


Hi Kerrie

Posted: 2006-02-09 05:11 AM   
Thanks for your compliments. I hope to finish soon the processing and upload of my Mustang pictures and then I'll
compose an album. Hope you will enjoy it.
Cheers Bruno



frenchfrog

Joined: Dec 05
Points: 26139


I love Globo site

Posted: 2006-02-08 02:21 PM   
Yes, thanks for signing my guest book and your comments. I love this site, I love seeing over people's photos, you can learn so much, and you are still at home. It also give great ideas of travel. Your report was really really great!
Take care
Isabelle



davidx

Joined: Dec 04
Points: 34719


Andalucía

Posted: 2006-02-03 07:57 AM   
Hi Kerrie
Thanks for your message. I've been to Andalucia seven times - Malaga is almost always possible for a cheap flight from one of the airports within striking distance of here - £57 this time; considerably less than the train to London.
I love it there and I've done some fairly copious notes about it, if you would like to let me have your personal e-mail address.
Have you been before? If not, there really are places you shouldn't miss seeing - it's a tiny bit further for you after all.
Cheers, David



davidx

Joined: Dec 04
Points: 34719


Alto Alentejo

Posted: 2006-02-02 10:35 AM   
Hi Kerrie
Thanks for your message. I'm going to an even less known area at the end of the month. masses of tourists pour into Málaga airport in Andalucía but the vast majority head for the coast Of the rest the vast majority head well inland [as I always have before] to the great cities of Granada, Sevilla and Córdoba or to the White Villages of the Ronda area.
Until the last ten years there was virtually no tourism in Axarquía, much nearer to Málaga and it was known, if at all, as a haunt of bandits. Even now it's far harder to find a hotel on the web than for any other area of Iberia that I've tried.
Cheers
David



davidx

Joined: Dec 04
Points: 34719


Your Cambodia sliseshow - brave decision

Posted: 2006-01-29 04:38 PM   
Hi Kerrie
To say that I enjoyed this would make me some sort of pervert but I thought you might like to know that I agree with your reasoning about showing it and found some parts vety emotive.
After seeing the pics individually I didn't want to look at them together but felt I ought to. I'm glad you finished with the hopeful one.
Many thanks
David


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